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AlCzervik

mil, the good doctor's expertise is in ant farming. 

motherinlaw

That explains so much. :-)

autobunny
motherinlaw wrote:

Hey, I just found and read through this forum, and am now faced with a mystery:  How could such a rich premise suddenly become moribund?  Especially with so many Forum Job Openings still unposted?

What about the job of scrolling through forums for excessive use of pretentious or polysyllabic words, and levying fines that are most à propos for each individual malfeasance? -- Senior Sesquipedalianism Officer 

Wow you brought this thread back to life. The answer to your question is that the bunny had accepted the post of thread-killer. I post, the thread dies. 

autobunny

See,  dead for 2 hours. 

AlCzervik

killer bunny.

autobunny

I'm just a bunny doing his job

motherinlaw
autobunny wrote:

I'm just a bunny doing his job

Now I get it! -- you're a Monty Python bunny!   https://youtu.be/XcxKIJTb3Hg?t=59 

autobunny
motherinlaw wrote:
autobunny wrote:

I'm just a bunny doing his job

Now I get it! -- you're a Monty Python bunny!   https://youtu.be/XcxKIJTb3Hg?t=59 

The vegan diet wasn't doing me any good anyway.  These knights on the rim were dim. 

DrSpudnik
AlCzervik wrote:

mil, the good doctor's expertise is in ant farming. 

Ant farming is the ultimate low-supervision money maker: the ants do all the work and you live off the fat of the land!

52yrral

The next step is growing earthworms.

Coffee_Player

@ghost_of_pushwood - thank you for brilliant thread, unique trophy has been awarded tournaments.png

ghost_of_pushwood

And thanks to you for that uniquely yellow orange! (kudos as well for the Generic Commie Avatar spoof). grin.png

badenwurtca
AlCzervik wrote:

mil, the good doctor's expertise is in ant farming. 

   ---   In my case I'm very fond of Dragonflies as they eat mosquitos. Yup them Dragonflies are useful critters.

ghost_of_pushwood

Incidentally, I just looked it up and it says they eat em both as larvae and as adults. happy.png

ghost_of_pushwood

Oh yeah, and crane flies do not eat skeeters (except occasionally as larvae).  Indeed, they hardly eat at all during their adult lives (just like butterflies).

motherinlaw

Oh, my.   I come back from a long chess vacation to discover here that, happily, I'm just in time to contribute to a lively discussion involving skeeter larvae!   OK, what can I add? .... hmmm .... First, I must admit I'm not an expert in this area (no, really, I'm not!).  So, I'll just pose a question:  Given that crane flies appear to be picky eaters, in that they eat skeeter larvae only "occasionally," are there any particular aspects of skeeter larvae (variable factors, of course) that might account for the crane flies' apparent enjoyment of some larvae and rejection of others?

DrSpudnik

Is "bug wrangler" a job option on chess.com?

AlCzervik

apparently not, as v3 is full of 'em.